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According to Clark County Public Health, nearly 300 people who were at a Salmon Creek chiropractic office might have been exposed to COVID-19 last week and are being asked to quarantine … more
After temporarily closing its doors in March to support community-wide efforts to slow the spread of COVID-19, the Clark County Historical Museum (CCHM) is officially opening to the public for … more
Clark County’s incidence of new confirmed cases of COVID-19 has gone up in the past week, as another 34 positive tests were reported in Tuesday’s update. Clark County Public Health’s Sept. … more
Workforce Southwest Washington (WSW) has secured more than $2.25 million in grants to aid Southwest Washington workers impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, the organization announced. The funding … more
Another 35 individuals in Clark County were confirmed to have COVID-19 Thursday, as active cases remained about the same as the day prior based on latest data. Clark County Public Health’s Sept. … more
Clark County saw another 21 individuals test positive for COVID-19 as of the latest data Wednesday, with the number of active cases going up by 12 since the day prior. Clark County Public … more
  The number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Clark County rose by 82 over the weekend, with Tuesday’s update showing 109 active cases of the disease. Clark County Public Health’s Sept. 8 … more
The Columbia River Economic Development Council (CREDC) is accepting applications for the Clark County Main Street Support Program. The program will provide new emergency grants of up to $10,000 each … more
Clark County Public Health is urging the public to wear face coverings and practice physical distancing during the upcoming Labor Day holiday weekend. The number of new COVID-19 cases has … more
Carolyn Long isn’t waiting to be elected to say what she would do to help Southwest Washington constituents recover from the COVID-19 pandemic. The Democratic candidate for Washington’s Third … more
State health officials are preparing for the completion of development for a COVID-19 vaccine, though the state’s health department head wants to make sure any vaccine going to distribution is … more
Clark County saw 18 more confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the latest update of data Wednesday. Clark County Public Health’s Sept. 2 puts the total number of confirmed cases in the county at 2,649 … more
Recent confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Clark County have continued to drop though 21 more were reported in the latest numbers released Tuesday. Clark County Public Health’s Sept. 1 update puts … more
Clark County saw 76 more confirmed cases of COVID-19 over the weekend, as well as two more deaths of individuals who had the disease. Clark County Public Health’s Aug. 31 update puts the county … more
Friday saw confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Clark County increase by 32, capping off a week that saw just shy of 150 more cases in total and four more deaths of those confirmed to have the … more
Clark County's unemployment rate rose in July to 11.7 percent from 10.3 percent the previous month. Out of 250,107 residents in the county's civilian labor force, 220,795 were employed and 29,312 … more
Clark County saw a similar increase in the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases today as it did yesterday, with 24 more cases as well as an additional death of someone with the disease in Thursday’s … more
Recent state data shows that adults ages 20 to 39 represent a higher percentage of coronavirus cases than any other age group in the state. This comes as vaping among teens and young adults in the … more
Clark County  saw another 23 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Wednesday’s update Clark County Public Health’s Aug. 26 update puts the total number of confirmed cases at 2,478 since the outbreak … more
State and federal lawmakers representing Southwest Washington have made a formal call for improved assistance from the Oregon Employment Department (OED) to support workers in the legislators’ … more
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